Do you feel that you could excel if others gave you the opportunity? Or, worse, do you feel like a loser who doesn't have any strengths and no opportunities? The way to change your situation is to start seeing your situation differently.
Competition is not a fight. It is a comparison. Every day we are compared to others. How you compare yourself to others and what you do about it determines not only how you see yourself but how others see you.
2,500 years ago, Sun Tzu identified how those competitive comparisons are made. He then developed a system for consistently improving your relative position when compared to others. If you consistently improve your position on a regular basis, winning more often becomes inevitable.
Your success depends on how other people see you. People compare us to others, choosing to support us, oppose us, or ignore us based upon our "strategic position." Sun Tzu's system was designed to win the support of others. Our positions are, in turn, the result of our choices, comparing what we see as our alternatives. His system teaches us how to make the right choices to improve our position relative to others. This system of Golden Key Strategy enables you to make better, faster, decisions every day. Read more about Sun Tzu's unique view of competition here.